Miami Heat Watch Parties Tonight: Free Drinks at Haven, Wings at Moe's

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The Miami Heat play the Indiana Pacers tonight with an 8 p.m. tip-off. With a 2-2 tie, fans not lucky enough to have scored tickets will be glued to the television for this game.

There are several options for you to get out and cheer on the team to white-hot victory. Here are a few of the places offering food and drink specials for the game.

Haven Gastro Lounge
This Lincoln Road eatery is offering "Big Three"

specials including $7 fever cocktails, $7 chicken wings with executive

chef Todd Erickson's signature hot sauce, and $7 hot chocolate nitro ice

creams. The restaurant/lounge's wall will be turned into a giant

viewing screen for the game.

As an added incentive for a Heat victory,

if the Heat win the championship, Haven will celebrate with a one-hour

open bar featuring Stoli's new jalapeno-flavored "hot vodka" immediately

following the win.


Sports Grill
Get your drink on while watching the Heat with lots of specials including $2

domestic drafts, $5 Absolut, Jameson, and Patron XO shots, $4 Bud bottles, and

$15 Presidente buckets.

Hoops Sports Bar

Right across

the street from the AAA, this new sport bar on 9th and Biscayne is obviously having a white

hot party. Watch the game on dozens of flat screens while enjoying half

priced wings, $4 pints of Estrella, $12.99 pitchers of Estrella, and

buckets of Bud, Bud Light, and Bud Light Platinum for $20.

Mr. Moe's

Come and watch the Miami Heat games and enjoy a FREE basket of

wings when you purchase a bucket of 5 Aluminum Miller Lite pints for $16

or a bucket of Sam Adams for $20

GreenStreet Cafe

Watch the game at GreenStreet's indoor/outdoor bar while

enjoying half priced mojitos all evening. Get an early start with half

off drinks from 5 to 7 p.m., and then enjoy a nightcap during their

second happy hour from 11 p.m. to close.

Tudor House
Watch the game while eating fare from executive chef Jamie DeRosa and downing $5 heat shots, a spicy mixture of Grand Marnier, tequila, sour mix, and spicy sambal cucumber.

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